How we can help you

Advice and support to help children and young people to stay safe, well and reach their full potential.

Children with disabilities

Children with disabilities

Working with families to support children with disabilities.

EPIC

EPIC - Encourage Potential, Inspire Change

Our young people’s crime prevention programme for those aged 10 to 17.

16 year old plus services

Inspiring Futures

Supporting young people who have been in care to be successful and to know that they have someone on their side. 

Maxime

Advocates

Helping children and young people to have their voice heard.

Daiga Ellaby

Independent reviewing officers

The people who help to decide what’s best for the future of children living in care.

Child Sexual Exploitation

Child Sexual Exploitation

Find out more about what we are doing about child sexual exploitation in Doncaster and how you can help. 

Girl on tablet

Staying safe online

Hints and tips for children, young people and adults

Extremism

Preventing young people being drawn into extremism

Working to support vulnerable people from being drawn into terrorism.

Tell us your views

We always want to hear from you. If you are happy or unhappy with a service we've provided - this section tells you how you can get in touch with us. 

Seeing your records

If you receive social care services from the Trust or from Doncaster Council, or have done in the past, you can ask to see your records.

Pathways to progression

Pathways to progression is a new programme designed to support young people in Doncaster to realise their potential and help them understand the steps to take to achieve their chosen career.

We work with people who are:

Pause 2019

Pause in Doncaster

Pause Doncaster works with women who have experienced or are at risk of repeated pregnancies that result in children being removed from their care.

Teen to parent abuse

Our Getting On Programme offers support for Doncaster families who are suffering from ‘teen to parent abuse’.

“She had been happy with you as the social work manager because you “had time for children.”

Reported comments of a looked after child made during a meeting

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